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t-code based iview in HTML format

Hi,

When i open a t-code based iview in HTML format it gives the following error:

<b>No switch to HTTPS occurred, so it is not secure to send a password</b>

Please help in this regard.

Thanks in Advance,

Manu

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:26 AM

    I think u didn't activate ITS services in backend system

    Check SAP Note 698329

    From transaction SICF now you need to enable the services.

    1.Go to sap/bc/gui activate the complete node.

    2.Go to sap/bc/icf activate the complete node.

    3.Go to sap/bc/ping activate the complete node.

    4.Go to sap/public/bc activate the complete node

    Go to SE80-Edit ITS Service SYSTEM-> Publish it completely.

    Go to SE80-Edit ITS Service WEBGUI-> Publish it completely.

    Go to SE80-Edit ITS Service SHUFFLER-> Publish it completely

    Go to SE38-Run the Program W3_PUBLISH_SERVICES and publish all the webservices

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      by pointing your browser to the URL http://<webas

      server>:<icmport>/sap/public/ping, will reveal any other general network or configuration issues in your setup.

      Activate the necessary ICF services

      1. With transaction SICF and locate the

      services by path

      /sap/public/bc/its/mimes

      /sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui

      nice to have:

      /sap/public/ping

      Activate the full path to these services

      with the context menu.

      With Transaction SE80 locate

      Locate the Internet Services

      SYSTEM

      and

      WEBGUI.

      Publish these services with the Context Menu -> Publish -> Complete Service

      Browse to

      http://<server>:<icmport>/sap/bc/gui/

      sap/its/webgui/! and login to the

      webgui.

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